Girls Aloud release Kaiser Chiefs cover

'I Predict A Riot' on new best of

Girls Aloud release Kaiser Chiefs cover
Girls Aloud are set to release their version of Kaiser Chiefs' ’I Predict A Riot’ on their forthcoming 'best of' album.

’The Sound Of Girls Aloud’, a double album, is set to be released on October 30.

The first disc will include the group's biggest hits, including new single ’Something Kind Of Oooh’.

The second disc of rarities will include the Kasier Chiefs cover as well as their version of Chris Isaac’s ’Wicked Game’ and Blondie’s ’Hanging On The Telephone’.

The tracklisting is:

Disc One

‘Sound Of The Underground’
‘Love Machine’
‘Biology’
‘No Good Advice’
‘I’ll Stand By You’
‘Jump’
‘The Show’
‘See The Day’
‘Wake Me Up’
‘Life Got Cold’
‘Something Kinda Oooh’
‘Whole Lotta History’
‘Long Hot Summer’
‘Money’
‘What A Feeling’

Disc Two

‘No Good Advice (alternative version)’
‘Wake Me Up (alternative version)’
‘Love Machine (demo)’
‘Wicked Game’
‘I Predict A Riot’
‘Sound Of The Underground (instrumental break down mix)’
‘Hanging On The Telephone’
‘Loving Is Easy’
‘Singapore’

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